Notes for an Exhibition - lectures
Giovanni C. F. Villa
Titian, one of the masters of the great season of Venetian 16th century art, indifferent to passing fads and bent above all on communicating the emotional truth of his works, survived through fully two-thirds of a century without ever falling short of his extremely lofty painterly quality; and this, despite several radical changes, as he moved from the monumental classicism of his early work, through the brilliant colour contrasts of his portrait painting, to the pictures that he produced in his final years, which were imbued with strong spirituality and distinct sense of the theatrical.
Sala Cinema - Palazzo delle Esposizioni
Admission via steps in via Milano 9A
Admission free while places last